College sports reform: Cut class


The NCAA sounds serious this time, says ESPN. President Mark Emmert is convening university presidents and chancellors in Indianapolis to discuss reforming college athletics. In the effluent-filled wake of the most scandalous year in the history of college sports, the gesture is both noble and timely. But productive? That all depends on whether they’re willing to face reality and propose the kind of reform that might actually hurt…

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